Sourcing and Operations


Last Updated: 9th August 2018 (over 4 years ago)

Address
Brazil

E-mail
Locked

Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
35 to 44

Qualification Level
Degree

Languages
English, Portuguese

Summary

Chief Operating Officer for foreign and Brazilian companies. My main skills include sourcing FMCG, organizing and managing different departments and projects such as development of work routines, procurement and qualification of suppliers, supplier compliance, quality control, price negotiation, costs control and logistics control. Frequent travels to follow up on tasks performed in different countries.
Easily adaptable, and ability to smoothly manage culturally diverse teams. My international experience includes having lived in different countries like China, India, Ukraine and Italy. Available to travel and relocate anywhere in Brazil or abroad.

Education

Universidade Feevale
Science of Law

   Aug 2009
— Jul 2014

Experience

Portal Brasil Comercio Internacional Ltda
Chief Operations and Sourcing Officer

   Aug 2009
— Dec 2017

Chief Operating Officer since the company establishment to 2017, when the company’s revenues reached BRL 13 million. Managing work routines in Brazil and abroad, responsible for the sourcing and logistics department, negotiating with suppliers, developing products and managing third-party production, controlling costs and logistics. Countrywide clients such as Lojas Renner, Raia Drogasil, The Body Shop, PanVel, and Grupo Profarma.

Sunley Fashions Far East Ltd
Chief Operations and Sourcing Officer

   Dec 2002
— Jul 2009

Chief operations officer. A foreign trade company responsible for purchasing components for product manufacturing for Nine West Company (USA). I directed all operations of the company’s purchase and production planning department based in China. Responsible for negotiating with suppliers and controlling quality and logistics. More than 50 people based in different countries, including China, India, Italy and Ukraine, were part of the team. Follow up of production orders in Asia, Africa and Australasia.

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